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    Quote Originally Posted by Random-person1 View Post
    Prob another just a noob question of mine ):
    But.. what does TiMesh do for the racquet? (other than sound cool to me :P)
    Ti mesh was probably needed to stabilize the frame in the past, but now with stronger 40T graphite, the whole frame can be made stronger without having a few small patches of Ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    Is all cool bro , it is better to ask and clear the doubts , I see you are interested in the T2 as well , thats why you are reading the thread.
    Yes I have an Ultra 2, and already preordered a T2 around 3 weeks ago, so I'm quite the supporter!

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    Dink it! If only there is a T2 version with T1's stiffness .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Dink it! If only there is a T2 version with T1's stiffness .
    Naw, the T2 is better and more powerful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Dink it! If only there is a T2 version with T1's stiffness .
    Yes! The U2 may be just right for you... Panda says it is supposed to be the stiffness of the old T1.

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    Okay, I will stick with the X2 Gold .

    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Yes! The U2 may be just right for you... Panda says it is supposed to be the stiffness of the old T1.

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    My Review of the Trinity II:
    Player level: D- or more specifically way better then your average backyard player, note: levels are subjective.
    String Tension: 25lbs ECP
    String used: ZM70
    Grip: removed the default grip, and replaced with 1 replacement grip

    Initial Feeling: This racket is fast, light and very easy to maneuver, reminds of my friend's 3rd Gen Ti-10 3u. It took me like around 20 minutes to adjust, due to playing with heavier racket prior to the Trinity II, the general 4u users should have no problem.

    Gameplay: Like with any other stiff racket I have played with, control is superb. The stability with the racket is very solid and no bad vibrations were experienced in my case. And now to almost everyone favorite topic: Power. For a 4u racket, this brings bombs to the courts, I have never had another racket that was this powerful, but also swift and light.

    Final Words: This racket in my opinion is more suited for the strategical overall player that ask for control and speed to set up during a game, and then the power when the kill comes right. Lovers of the defensive style of all levels will have no complaints with this racket. Lovers of smashing/power hungry player; the advance people that know the proper execution of technique will not complain, but the average high school player that slices every other smash will find a lack of power. But of course like Panda's saying: your mileage may vary.

    Anything lacking?: A second Trinity II, when I pop my strings... T_T

    I don't like a 1-10 rating system... but here you go I give the Trinity II a 9.5, as perfection "10" doesn't suit the ever changing player.

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    To make your review complete, what are the specs on the T2 that you have, The Shadow? Sounds like 85g bp275?

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    To make your review complete, what are the specs on the T2 that you have, The Shadow? Sounds like 85g bp275?
    Swing Weight: 85.5g, BP285

    The T2s didn't have a BP lower than 282.

    Most are 285-287, a few 288-290, a couple 295.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teh ShadowZ View Post
    Anything lacking?: A second Trinity II, when I pop my strings... T_T

    I don't like a 1-10 rating system... but here you go I give the Trinity II a 9.5, as perfection "10" doesn't suit the ever changing player.
    Panda can string one up right now...ready for tomorrow...

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    ooooh....T2 is for control type of player???how about all-around players???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportech View Post
    ooooh....T2 is for control type of player???how about all-around players???
    No, the racket hits bombs, read the review, it's got excellent power.

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    oh cool....wat's the price in MAS RM???man are you going to make other badminton products like bags,shoes,string,grips,etc?and how's ur website??

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    If the T2 is anything as good as the Tantrum 200 , then I will switch that to my top of the wanted list. Dink , what spec would you BE trying out for the T2 and which do you prefer ?

    Mr. shadowz , why dont you try lowering the string tension to 23lbs and see if you can find abit more power ? and what specs is the one you got ?

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    Hi Dink, i managed to get my hand on one of the ultra thru a trade. Was wondering what is the balance point for most ultra 1. Initial swing is that it is very light but yet powerful. Frame is very stable. Don't feel any vibration. Have you try the new SW35? It feels even more stiff than the ultra 1 in my opinion.

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    this is a interesting thread, i used to follow panda's review closely and got my MP99 a year ago. however after crashing it 2 months ago, it is time for me to search for a new racket.

    i am quite a noob in buying rackets, as i jus picked up this sports 4 years ago. so i not too sure about the BP thingy. so can anybody explain it to me?

    i will rate myself as a low intermediate player, and hav a preference for slightly heavier head racket(as i am quite a offensive player). i used to love to smash and smash and smash. However after injuried my elbow about a month ago, i have decided to improve my playing style and learn to accept the art of defensive play.

    so any recommandation on which panda racket will suit me?

    thanks and a happy new year to you guys!

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    I heard from MJ that he has a couple packages waiting for him from the post office!

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